Today I’m participating in the Everyday Electric Blog Hop, which means there is a fun giveaway at the end of this post. It also means that I was sent the Everyday Electic Collection Kit from Echo Park and asked if I’d like to create with it. Is my name Inigo Montoya? Actually no, it isn’t but I’m really dropping the Princess Bride references lately due to the fact that MY HUSBAND STILL HAS NOT SEEN IT.
(There is no side by side this week because this is one page front and back. Because the papers are double sided, I just used one 3×4 paper and embellished both sides of it. )
My clear heart fell and it’s possible that this is week thirty four but remember how I’m way too
laid-back lazy to re-take photos when I notice something out of place after I upload it to my blog? Yeah, that’s happening right now. Plus, I might need to update my calendar. And also, I’m totally not an instagrammer so much as a latergrammer. I’ll scroll through photos on my phone and be like “SO CUTE! INSTAGRAM!” even though I took them the week before. This is my deepest, darkest confession. Just kidding. It’s just my deepest confession.
The mad hatter photo is from Scarlette’s current obsession, her Alice In Wonderland book. And my friend Raechel recommended this online styling company called Stitch Fix where you fill out a style profile and they send you a box of clothing. I tried it out this past week and thought their packaging was too cute to not include.
Here are two very important Project Life tips for you: A) if you are going to include cookie packaging, be sure to wipe off ALL of the crumbs so that Lucy Dog doesn’t attack you while trying to take Project Life pictures and B) if you have a favorite date stamp, never let your toddler play with it lest you find July 28, 2012 stamped on the wall but never actually see said stamp again. Learn from me, grasshoppers.
Also, my favorite tweet last week was “Dang it feels good to be a gangsta.” Why is anyone even friends with me? I don’t know.
My friend Allison Kreft designed the Everyday Eclectic collection for Echo Park so I was excited to join this blog hop in support of her and also because they are generously giving away an Echo Park Paper Everyday Eclectic collection kit (which is what I used to make the pages above) to one of my readers! And! All of the other blog hop participants are giving away a collection as well, so if you visit each of the designers below to see what they’ve done with the new collection and leave them a comment, you’ll be entered to win a bunch (y’all too, international friends!)
Project Life In Progress: You can click here to see all of my Project Life pages so far